Careers for Pioneers
Date: February 24 2013 3:00pm Location: Templeton Campus Center - Templeton Campus Center - Stamm
At Careers for Pioneers, eat and hang out with LC alums while learning everything you need to know to become a more competitive applicant to graduate programs and jobs.
At this fun and informal event, alumni from diverse careers will be available to answer your questions about your career prospects. It’s a great opportunity to learn and build your professional network!
This event is open to all students. Seniors can register for a mock interview with an alumnus in addition to attending the event.
Scroll down for a list of some attending alumni!
If you encounter any problem with the online registration, or have any questions, please call us at 503.768.7950.
MOCK INTERVIEW REGISTRATION (Seniors Only)
Seniors are invited to reserve time during the event for a mock interview with an alumnus in a professional field. A mock interview is a great opportunity to practice your interview skills, get to know an LC alum, and make a valuable professional connection.
There is a two-step process to register for a mock interview. First, please complete the general student registration form (linked above). In addition, you will need to complete the mock interview registration form (linked below) and submit a $15 refundable deposit. The deposit will be refunded to you after you attend the event. Not attending the event, or canceling less than 48 hours before your interview, will result in the forfeiture of your deposit. Financial assistance is available: please call Angela Torretta, Alumni and Parent Programs, at 503-768-7838.
Registration for Mock Interviews is now closed.
ATTENDING ALUMNI (This is not a complete list, expect more alumni at the event!).
Mr. Aukeem A. Ballard
Graduate School of Education and Counseling ‘12
College of Arts and Sciences ‘11
Portland Public Schools Teacher
Mr. Curt R. Copenhagen
College of Arts and Sciences ‘55
Mr. Frank W. Dillow, Jr.
Northwestern School of Law ‘77
College of Arts and Sciences ‘68
Long & Foster Real Estate Inc, Sales Agent
Ms. Hillary A. Dixon
College of Arts and Sciences ‘99
YWCA of Greater Portland, Shelter Advocate
Mr. Donald G. Floren
College of Arts and Sciences ‘53
Lt. Col. Grant V. Frey, USMC (Ret.)
College of Arts and Sciences ‘83
United States Department of Defense, Executive Director
Mr. Brian D. Gurski
College of Arts and Sciences ‘99
LaGuardia Community College/CUNY, Director
Dr. Michael A. Holtzclaw
College of Arts and Sciences ‘87
Ohlone College Dean of Science, Engineering and Mathematics
The Honorable Judge Catherine Kirkland
Northwestern School of Law ‘87
Graduate School of Education and Counseling ‘83
College of Arts and Sciences ‘75
Office of Administrative Hearings, Administrative Law Judge
Ms. Vicki R. Kreimeyer
College of Arts and Sciences ‘69
Boise Public Library, Adult Services Supervisor
Mr. Robert C. Rowe
College of Arts and Sciences ‘77
NorthWestern Energy Corporation, President & CEO
Ms. Carla P. Cavenago-Salazar
College of Arts and Sciences ‘89
Crafts Americana Group, CFO
Mr. Anthony H. Van Nice
College of Arts and Sciences ‘97
Bacchus Capital Management, LLC, Senior Advisor
Mrs. Lynn Jesus
College of Arts and Sciences ‘96
ALJ, LLC, President
The Center for Career and Community Engagement (3CE) is located in room 206 of Albany Quadrangle on the Undergraduate Campus.
Center for Career and Community Engagement (3CE)
Lewis & Clark
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC 175
Portland, OR 97219